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April 20, 2017

Frenship students excel at UIL regionals Frenship High School had three students qualify for state at the UIL Academic Regional Competition in Dallas in their respective categories. Josh Kennon (Computer Applications) finished third, Mackenzie Boyd (Editorial Writing) finished second and Lauren Steele (Lincoln-Dougle Debate) posted a second-place finish and will advance to the state competition […]

Week of Apr. 17 briefs

Week of Apr. 10 briefs

FHS to host blood drive April 19-20 Frenship High School will host a community blood drive April 19-20 from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the student center. The following requirements must be met to donate: Must be at least 16 years old (16- and 17-year-olds must have a permission slip); Must bring a photo […]

Week of Apr. 3 briefs

Morales, Awatt named Mr., Miss FHS Frenship Independent School District’s Guy Morales and Elnora Awatt were named the 2017 Mr. and Miss FHS last week. Awatt is involved in National Honor Society, HOSA, SkillsUSA and Student Council. She serves in the United Way Youth Division, the Early Dedication to Medical Evacuation Program and is involved […]

Week of Mar. 27 briefs

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During the Wolfforth Area Chamber of Commerce’s annual banquet on Monday, Frenship Middle School teacher Angela Robinson was announced the 2017 Teacher of the Year. The sixth grade teacher, who has served the school district for more than 20 years, was given an award to commemorate the achievement. Wolfforth Director of Marketing and Business Development […]

Week of Feb. 27 briefs

Frenship graduate to direct ‘A Porcelain Doll’

Week of Feb. 20 briefs

Automotive sees 9 advance to state

Week of Feb. 13 briefs

Three City Council seats up for election The city of Wolfforth will hold its general election in May for three City Council seats. Current council members Randy Gross, James Vardy and David Cooper’s seats will be up for re-election. Those interested in running for the council must sign up and complete all paperwork before Friday. Application packets will be available at the Wolfforth City Hall at 302 Main St. Council members serve two-year terms and must be a resident of Wolfforth at least six months prior to the application date. Also,applicants must be registered to vote in Wolfforth. For questions or more information, call Wolfforth City Secretary Debbie Perkey at (806) 855-4120. Wolfforth City Hall is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ^ FISD seeks input on 2017-18 calendar The Frenship Independent School District seeks parent, student and community input on its 2017-18 district school year calendar. Visit http://www.frenship.us/Page/6251 to provide feedback. ^ Masonic Lodge to host fundraiser The Wolfforth-Frenship Masonic Lodge will host a chili super to help raise donations. The supper is slated for 6:30 p.m. Saturday at the Wolfforth chapter lodge located north of Frenship High School’s Tiger Pit at 902Dowden Road. Donations will be accepted in the amount of what each guest would like to give for the supper, with all proceeds going to the lodge forcharity purposes. A Pink Apron Degree event will follow the meal. ^ Scholarship apps now being accepted The Frenship Foundation for Leadership’s Character Scholarship is available for Frenship High School seniors. To apply for the scholarship, students must fill out an application by March 3, get a teacher to fill out a character scholarshiprecommendation form, turn in a letter of recommendation and fill out a leadership statement. For a full list of requirements and forms,visit the FISD website. The scholarship recognizes students who demonstrate consistent effort, promote leadership and show high character while stimulatinga desire to serve others and further their education. ^ FHS English teacher gets Mrs Baird’s honor Frenship High School English teacher Nichole Griffith was recently selected as the Mrs Baird’s Teacher on the Rise award winner. Vernon was nominated by FHS student Amanda Harvey for the outstanding job she does teaching her students. Griffith teaches English II and English II Gifted and Talented. Mrs Baird’s presented Griffith with an array of gifts as well as an award certificate last week at FHS. ^ Bryan Navarette, A-J Media ^ To get your brief into Frenship Today’s weekly listing, email the name of the event, date, time, contact phone number and any otherpertinent information to bryan.navarette@lubbockonline.com

Week of Feb. 6 briefs

Three City Council seats up for election The city of Wolfforth will hold its general election in May for three City Council seats. Current council members Randy Gross, James Vardy and David Cooper’s seats will be up for re-election. Those interested in running for the council must sign up and complete all paperwork before Feb. 17. Application packets will beavailable at the Wolfforth City Hall at 302 Main St. Council members serve two-year terms and must be a resident of Wolfforth at least six months prior to the application date. Also,applicants must be registered to vote in Wolfforth. For questions or more information, call Wolfforth City Secretary Debbie Perkey at (806) 855-4120. Wolfforth City Hall is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ^ FISD seeks input on 2017-18 calendar The Frenship Independent School District seeks parent, student and community input on its 2017-18 district school year calendar. Visit http://www.frenship.us/Page/6251 to provide feedback. ^ Masonic Lodge to host fundraiser The Wolfforth-Frenship Masonic Lodge will host a chili super to help raise donations. The supper is slated for 6:30 p.m. Feb. 18 at the Wolfforth chapter lodge located north of Frenship High School’s Tiger Pit at 902Dowden Road. Donations will be accepted in the amount of what each guest would like to give for the supper, with all proceeds going to the lodge forcharity purposes. A Pink Apron Degree event will follow the meal. ^ Scholarship apps now being accepted The Frenship Foundation for Leadership’s Character Scholarship is available for Frenship High School seniors. To apply for the scholarship, students must fill out an application by March 3, get a teacher to fill out a character scholarshiprecommendation form, turn in a letter of recommendation and fill out a leadership statement. For a full list of requirements and forms,visit the FISD website. The scholarship recognizes students who demonstrate consistent effort, promote leadership and show high character while stimulatinga desire to serve others and further their education. ^ Denim and Diamonds fundraiser returns The Frenship Foundation for Leadership will host its annual Denim and Diamonds Gala event on Feb. 11. The fundraiser, which will feature a casino event, is slated to start at 7 p.m. at the Overton Hotel and Conference Center. Sponsors and donors gather at the event to help raise money for teachers who want to enhance their students’ learning experiences orprovide them with the tools to further their education. For more information, contact Frenship Foundation for Leadership executive director Cindy Stephens at cstephens@frenship.us. ^ Bryan Navarette, A-J Media ^ ^ To get your brief into Frenship Today’s weekly listing, email the name of the event, date, time, contact phone number and any otherpertinent information to bryan.navarette@lubbockonline.com


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